Sunday, June 23FROM THE RIVER TO THE SEA, PALESTINE WILL BE FREE

AB-ASS FAILURE PLAN FOR RECONCILLIATION

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Tehran said Tuesday that it has not intervened to block reconciliation between Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas, rejecting accusations made by Palestinian PUPPET Mahmoud Ab-ass, a Fatah member.
“Such remarks are just aimed at covering the failure of the plan for reconciliation,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast told reporters in Tehran.
Ab-ass on Saturday accused Tehran’s leadership of not wanting Hamas to sign an Egyptian-brokered reconciliation plan. Ab-ass added that the Palestinians should be “freed from Iranian tutelage.”

 
 

Mehmanparast said such reconciliation plans were unlikely to succeed, not because of any Iranian involvement, but “because they do not refer to the roots of the Palestinian problems.”
“All Iran seeks is unity among Palestinian groups for gaining their legitimate rights from the Zionists,” the spokesman added in a reference to Zionist regime.
Iran is a fierce supporter of Hamas and does not acknowledge Zionist regime as a sovereign state. Previous reconciliation talks between Fatah and Hamas have broken down over, among other issues, setting the date for new elections. The latest  Mu-Barak regime-brokered plan foresees elections for June.
Hamas gained control of the Gaza Strip after a bloody conflict with Fatah in June 2007, in effect setting up two seats of power for the Palestinians, with Ab-ass’ Fatah-dominated Palestinian Authority in the West Bank.

 

 

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